Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Welfare of vulnerable detainees examined with Stephen Shaw – News from Parliament

The Home Affairs Committee hears from Stephen Shaw on the Government’s progress in implementing his 2016 report recommendations on the welfare in detention of...

What are the issues relating to prison population? – News from Parliament

The Justice Committee holds its third evidence session as part of its inquiry into Prison Population 2022: planning for the future. ...

Harry Rich recommended as the next Registrar of Consultant Lobbyists – News from Parliament

The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee publishes a report following the pre-appointment hearing with Mr Harry Rich on Thursday 13 September 2018. ...

Ministers should need Commons vote to override Committee recommendations on pre-appointment hearings – News...

The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee report finds a vote of the House of Commons should be needed for ministers to override...

Seafood production and sustainability examined by Committee – News from Parliament

The Environmental Audit Committee continues its inquiry into sustainable seas. This session is expected to focus on seafood production, including UK regulations on aquaculture,...

Options for increasing patient access to cancer drugs examined – News from Parliament

The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee hears from representatives of cancer charities and support groups, including Cancer Research UK, Cancer Focus NI, Breast Cancer Now...

Minister questioned on National Quantum Technologies Programme – News from Parliament

The Science and Technology Committee holds the final session of its inquiry into quantum technologies. The session focuses on the future of the National Quantum...

UK-EU arrangements on wider trade policy examined – News from Parliament

The International Trade Committee holds the first evidence session for its inquiry looking at the impact that future arrangements between the UK and...

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